Basketball at the 2019 Summer Universiade

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Basketball
at the XXX Summer Universiade
Basketball Universiade 2019.png
VenuesPalaDelMauro
PalaBarbuto
PalaCercola
PalaJacazzi
Dates3–11 July
Teams16 (men)
16 (women)
2017
2021

Basketball will be contested at the 2019 Summer Universiade from 3 to 11 July at 4 venues, which are listed in below, in Italy.[1]

Venue[edit]

Type Venue City
Competition Palasport Del Mauro (finals) Avellino
PalaBarbuto Naples
PalaCercola Cercola
PalaJacazzi Aversa
Training CUS Napoli (2 courts) Naples
Palasport Mondragone
PalaVignola Caserta
Polifunzionale Soccavo Naples

Qualification[edit]

Following the FISU regulations, The maximum of 16 teams in basketball events where the number of entries is larger than the authorised participation level will be selected by [2]

  • The entry and the payment of guarantee;
  • Those 8 teams finishing top rankings of the previous edition will be automatically qualified;
  • Those 4 teams finishing bottom rankings of the previous edition will be replaced by new applying teams;
  • The host is automatically qualified;
  • The remaining teams will be selected by wild card system according to geographical, continental representation, FISU ranking and FIBA ranking.

Qualified teams[edit]

Men's competition[edit]

Means of qualification Date Venue Vacancies Qualified
Host country 1  Italy
Top ten of previous edition of Summer Universiade 20–29 August 2017 Chinese Taipei Taipei 8  Lithuania
 United States
 Latvia
 Serbia
 Germany
 Israel
 Finland
 Argentina
Continental Quotas 3  Australia
 Canada
 China
Wild Cards 7  Croatia
 Czech Republic
 Finland
 Mexico
 Norway
 Russia
 Ukraine
Total 16

Women's competition[edit]

Means of qualification Date Venue Vacancies Qualified
Top eight of previous edition of Summer Universiade 21–28 August 2017 Chinese Taipei Taipei 7  Australia
 Japan
 Chinese Taipei
 Russia
 United States
 Sweden
 Canada
 Czech Republic
Continental Quotas 3  Argentina
 China
 Finland
Wildcards 6  Hungary
 Mexico
 Portugal
 Romania
 Slovakia
 Ukraine
Total 16

Draw[edit]

Following the FISU regulations, draw of pool will be based on following by.[2]

  • Previous World University Championships results
  • Participation in previous Summer Universiades
  • Continental representation
  • FIBA Rankings

Men's competition[edit]

Pot 1 Pot 2 Pot 3 Pot 4
 United States (2)
 Latvia (3)
 Germany (5)
 Israel (6)
 Finland (7)
 Argentina (8)
 Australia (9)
 Canada (10)
 Russia (17)
 Czech Republic (12)
 Norway (14)
 Ukraine (15)
 Mexico
 China
 Croatia
 Italy

Women's competition[edit]

Pot 1 Pot 2 Pot 3 Pot 4
 Australia (1)
 Japan (2)
 Chinese Taipei (3)
 Russia (4)
 United States (5)
 Canada (7)
 Czech Republic (8)
 Portugal (9)
 Hungary (10)
 Argentina (11)
 China
 Mexico
 Romania
 Slovakia
 Ukraine
 Finland

Pools composition[edit]

Men's competition Women's competition
Pool A Pool B Pool C Pool D Pool A Pool B Pool C Pool D
 Czech Republic  Latvia  China  Germany  Ukraine  Portugal  United States  China
 Israel  Croatia  Finland  Canada  Czech Republic  Romania  Chinese Taipei  Finland
 Australia  Russia  United States  Italy  Hungary  Russia  Slovakia  Australia
 Mexico  Argentina  Ukraine  Norway  Japan  Argentina  Mexico  Canada

Medal summary[edit]

Medal table[edit]

RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1 United States (USA)1102
2 Australia (AUS)1012
3 Ukraine (UKR)0101
4 Portugal (POR)0011
Totals (4 nations)2226

Medal events[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Men
details
 United States (USA) (Clemson)
Al-Amir Dawes
Chase Hunter
Nicolas Honor
Hunter Tyson
Curran Scott
Parker Fox
Gregory Hemenway
Tevin Mack
John Newman III
Khavon Moore
Aamir Simms
Richard Jemison III
 Ukraine (UKR)
Vadym Prokopenko
Kyrylo Marchenko
Yurii Kondrakov
Ivan Tkachenko
Serhii Pavlov
Viacheslav Petrov
Artem Kovalov
Mykhailo Horobchenko
Andriy Myronenko
Vitaliy Zotov
Illia Sydorov

 Australia (AUS)
Kyle Zunic
George Blagojevic
Kyrin Galloway
Alex Mudronja
Jock Perry
Jack Purchase
Tanner Krebs
Will Magnay
Jonah Antonio
Isaac White
Jackson White
Dejan Vasiljevic
Women
details
 Australia (AUS)
Jasmine Simmons
Anneli Maley
Stephanie Reid
Maddison Rocci
Abigail Wehrung
Alexandra Sharp
Keely Froling
Alicia Froling
Eziyoda Magbegor
Lara McSpadden
Lauren Scherf

 United States (USA) (Mississippi State)
Rickea Jackson
Myah Taylor
Andra Espinoza-Hunter
Jayla Hemingway
Jessika Carter
Aliyah Matharu
Jazzmun Holmes
Jamya Young
Xaria Wiggins
Sidney Cooks
Yemiyah Morris
Bre'Amber Scott
 Portugal (POR)
Ines Viana
Ana Carolina Rodrigues
Barbara Miranda
Laura Ferreira
Joana Soeiro
Josephine Filipe
Maianca Umabano
Carolina Costa
Maria Kostourkova
Ana Santos
Susana Carvalheira
Joana Cristelo Alves

Reference[edit]

  1. ^ "2019 Summer Universiade Naples – Basketball – Regulation" (PDF). universiade2019napoli.it. Retrieved 10 April 2019.
  2. ^ a b "REGULATIONS – Basketball" (PDF). FISU.

External links[edit]